With the recent announcement of our ambitious new calorie-based climate commitment, we’re taking a closer look at how specific facets of the food system contribute to climate change.
Pride Month honors and remembers the Stonewall Riots starting June 28, 1969, a pivotal moment in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality in the United States.
Increasingly, Bon Appétit’s clients have been asking us about the connection between food and climate change, and what we can do together to reduce the impacts of their cafés on the global greenhouse gas footprint. It’s a question we welcome. We’ve gathered a suite of solutions that help our clients extend their climate commitments, offering customizable approaches to goal setting, tracking, and more.
In honor of Stop Food Waste Day (April 28), we asked our chefs to submit creative food-waste-fighting recipes. Here are the top three.
Stop Food Waste Day Recipe #1: Chickpea Panisse with Wilted Beet Greens, Aquafaba, and Roasted Garlic
A panisse inspired by surplus hummus forms the basis of this hearty dish.
An Italian dish traditionally served on Christmas Eve, this rich dip with anchovies and garlic is satisfying anytime,
For her Stop Food Waste recipe inspiration, Pastry Chef Jenn Bullard had to look no further than her Northern California back yard — and her childhood sibling memories.
This Thursday marks the 51st annual Earth Day celebration. On April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans, in what is now recognized as the planet’s largest civic event, took to the streets to demand a new way forward for our planet, effectively creating the modern climate movement. The COVID-19 pandemic means that no one will be […]
Have fun experimenting with this plant-based “bacon” that can be stacked high for a delicious BLT.